Ok, let me start off by saying that I am not the most technologically advanced person. Yesterday, I switched from Comcast to DISH Network. I have an older model 27" Emerson Video/DVD combo TV. It does not have a coaxial input. Before making the switch to DISH, in order to watch Comcast, I had to use the red, yellow, and white outlets (don't know what you call them) located on the front of the tv. I had to keep the tv on the AUX channel. Well, the DISH technician told me I needed to either buy a new tv (not an option right now), or buy a rf modulator that converts coaxial to RCA. I told him I already had one, and he told me that the rf modulator I had only utilizes channel 3 and 4. He stated I couldn't pick up the DISH Network signal using those two channels. He said my satellite was set up to channels 60 and 62; therefore, I needed to get some multi channel rf modulator. I went to Radio Shack, and they have never heard of such a modulator. I am confused, upset, and I want my t.v. hooked up. Does anyone have some advice to give to a young lady, who is a bit 'challenged' when it comes to technology?